Lagos Fashion Week: Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu Made Viral Runway Debut

Lagos Fashion Week recently made headlines as Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu debuted on the runway, capturing the attention and admiration of fashion enthusiasts worldwide. The governor’s unexpected foray into the fashion world showcased his commitment to promoting the local creative industry in Lagos, known as Africa’s fashion capital.

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With his confident stride and impeccable style, Sanwo-Olu effortlessly blended with the professional models, proving that leadership and fashion are not mutually exclusive. This unprecedented gesture from a political figure demonstrated a progressive understanding of the power of culture and arts in fueling economic growth and generating employment opportunities.

Governor Sanwo-Olu appeared in public wearing a sophisticated light blue jacket overlaid with a plain navy black T-shirt and darker blue pants. He gave up a charming fashion moment that no one would quickly forget, walking confidently in the classic “man of the people” manner and being escorted on and off the most spectacular runway of the season by a large crew.

Governor Sanwo-Olu also restated his administration’s commitment to strengthening the creative industry and even wrote on X (formerly Twitter)

At #LagosFashionWeek 2023, I stood proudly in the heart of a city that’s the epicentre of art, culture, and expression. Lagos is where creativity thrives. We continue to support this vibrant community because we believe in its power to transform our city and our economy.

Closing the Emmy Kasbit show yesterday, I’m reminded of how creativity isn’t just about fashion; it’s an economic force.

He added that the state will invest more in developing and promoting her creative minds, seeing that the industry is set to providing more job opportunities and adding significantly to the state’s Gross Domestic Product.

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